Crafts at the MQ for a good reason......

Now the funny 3 days of taking part in a craft workshop with kids are over and we have managed to create a big bunch of textiles squares with the kids.
Soon we will finish it off to a wonderful big patchwork and hand it over to Designers against AIDS.

Emma Bell, Polona Dolzan, Scott Ramsay Kyle and Pebelle have been creating patches as well.


Creativity for Designers against AIDS: workshops for Kids hosted at the MQ

Commencing on July 19th "Fish and Chips Twice Please?!" will be hosting an array of features promoting AIDS/HIV awareness.
On the programme are craft workshops for kids in co-operation with JEF, live knitting circles, special DAA film screening and of course a much anticipated presentation.
The knitting and craft workshops offer kids and passers by the opportunity to contribute a square to add to a special patchwork we are creating to raise AIDS/HIV awareness which will be given to Designers Against AIDS (DAA) upon completion.

I am happy to announce that I participate tomorrow (Monday) during the workshop sessions with kids and will also create a PEBELLE square for the patchwork that will be donated to DAA.

DAA was founded in Belgium, and the internationally active project aims to reach young people through the media of fashion, celebrity, music and sport. Their initiative and work has been injected into worldwide media and has been featured in publications including; Vogue, i-D, ELLE, Cosmopolitan and Vanity Fair.
Previous contributors and collaborations include H&M, Rihanna, Gareth Pugh, Bernhard Willhelm, Katy Perry and Jeremy Scott

The DAA Homepage is worth visiting:


Whooooopeeeeee Whoopi

Whoopi Goldberg is in town and not only that.

Friday afternoon she went shopping and what did she get?

A pair of PEBELLE Legging at Samstag Shop.

I feel very honoured and this is the reason to write a little something about it.

Whoopi is one of the main guests of this year's life ball, as she an icon supporting the fight against AIDS for a long time.


Pebelle and Allude

A couple of months ago Sammy Zayed, super-busy and super-successful Austrian stylist, used Pebelle tights to go with ALLUDE cashmere for their new advertising campaign, which was put together by agency Tatendrang.
Check out Allude cashmere products on their page: www.allude-cashmere.com

Here are the results, amazing images. Love it.


Pebelle showcase @ "Fish and Chips twice please?!"

My favourite fashion exhibit here in Vienna: "Fish and Chips, twice please?!" at the Freiraum 21 in MQ!

Opening it's doors a month ago this Contemporary fashion exhibition is presenting the UK as a hub for international design talent.

The exhibition is directed and curated by British fashion designer, Emma Bell, and curator Polona Dolzan. Presenting the industry's most forward thinking creatives including designers; Louise Gray, Charlie Le Mindu, Scott Ramsay Kyle, Piers Atkinson, Dashing Tweeds, Louise Amstrup, Cooperative Designs, Nicholas Kirkwood and Craig Lawrence.

Here is a link to their blog: http://fishandchipstwiceplease.blogspot.com/

As a part of the exhibition's accompanying programme the focus is on featuring "New designer showcases".
The idea of this element was to highlight the presence of new and emerging designers within current industry so our programme allows for a selection of design graduates and start-up labels to present their work as par
t of a rotating showcase space within the gallery.

Now PEBELLE is presenting part of her new collection "forest and veins" for the next three weeks.

Here's a little preview:


Pure Magical Love

Wonderful Heather Lynn of PURE MAGICAL LOVE, the sound-mistress of a neo-hippie-organ-disco love to wear her Pebelle leggings.
Once more she used them in her Neo-Baroque Ballett and if you take a close look you will be able in which minute they turn up on the screen.

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Call me a tie dye punk. I live my passion for manipulating textiles and my love for arts, music, pop culture, literature & fashion. It all comes together within my label.